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  • Whether it’s guidelines changing or the codebase updating, there’s a lot to keep on top of as a plugin developer. One thing that never changes is the need to keep your users happy. In this article, we’re going to discuss a number of things that we, as WordPress plugin developers, should make sure we’re doing

  • PHP is a tremendously popular language. Imagine running your PHP applications in different environments like a browser or a phone. This opens a new set of possibilities for the PHP ecosystem and WordPress.

  • Nonces serve as valuable guardians, diligently shielding websites from potential threats like Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) Attacks, unauthorized AJAX requests, and vulnerabilities within themes and plugins. Understand potential pitfalls related to nonces and discover the diverse functions available in the Nonces API and their specific purposes, as well as how the WordPress core utilizes them.